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SALON TOUR: Studio Be Salon in Ft Collins, Colorado

Lauren Salapatek | December 11, 2013 | 2:36 PM
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Studio Be Salon

Ft. Collins, Colorado

studiobesalon.com

SALON STYLE: Modern Industrial (Think Old Motorcycle Shop Meets High Fashion Hair Salon)

SQUARE FOOTAGE: 1300

STYLING STATIONS: 6

EQUIPMENT: Wadsworth Modern

RETAIL LINE: Paul Mitchell

COLOR LINE: Paul Mitchell The Color

PHOTOGRAPHY: Nathan Rega, Harper Point Photography

DESCRIPTION: The front of Studio Be Salon has a "walk in" entrance open to all passerby. The salon features edgy, black styling chairs, hanging dryers and lots of lighting over styling stations, shampoo areas and more. An interesting feature about this salon is their "wash house" a separate shampoo area for clients, where they can sit, relax and get their hair washed away from the styling area. 

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